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In a scientific experiment, thylakoids put in an acidic solution and then transfered to a basic solution were able to produce ATP. This was due to what process?

 

Question 40 options:

 

Photosystem I

 

Chemiosmosis

 

calvin cycle

 

Photosystem II

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